“Social login, also known as social sign-in, provides users with one single login using an account they already have – their social network account.”
Via Martin (Marty) Smith
This is an interesting concept except for one small statement which states that of course we all trust our main social networks! Personally they have often demonstrated reasons not to trust which is why I seldom use such SoCal logins. I see services that manage our passwords and that can create complex and safe passwords a much smarter solution. A website could easily reference some of these services and help users see other options.
“ In a recent blog post titled “Social Media and the 3 New Pillars of Marketing?” I mentioned that content is one of the key pillars that can position your company as a “thought leader” in your market segment and help you provide solutions to your customers problems. So now we need to start looking more closely at what are the important [...]”
Via David Blundell
The distinction in this article between "organic SEO" and " artificial SEO" is an important one. Web designers must focus on and push clients for quality content rather than all the buttons aimed at reaching non-interested users.
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